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Right Signal Won't Work

My grandma owns a 1995 Buick LeSabre and is over concerned about her right signal. The light will come on but sometimes it will flash and other times it won't. Any solutions?

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I changed my blinker relay switch under the dash and it fixed the problem. My left side had quit. The left and right are on separate circuits so one can quit and not the other. It cost $8.99 at Autozone.

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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The easiest thing for you to do would be to replace the bulbs that are on that circuit. You should have one or two bulbs with a double filament, one for the brake and turn signal and one for the tail light.
If that does not fix the problem, someone will need to check the circuit for power from the turn signal switch. It takes all of the lights on one side to make the turn signal flash.

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What do you mean? Its the same as most cars. The left hand bar on the steering wheel. If u mean the signal lights on your dash, there should be one left of your speedometer for left signal and one on right of it for right signal unless yours aren't working for some reason.

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